well-hydrated to help PMS?
Keeping well hydrated is especially important for women with PMS,
says expert Stephanie Bender, Director of "Full Circle Women’s
Health" in Boulder, Colorado. A women with PMS (pre-menstrual
syndrome) Already has something in her body not working right and by
not having water, a women’s body sets up another barrier for her
body to overcome.
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water is for you, click
– a problem that faces many in the Hispanic Community:
Council of LaRaza (NCLR) has assisted DDT (Division of Diabetes
Translation) in raising awareness and preparing the Hispanic/Latino
community to develop culturally appropriate diabetes education programs.
The government division of "Diabetes Translation", has
facilitated the marketing distribution of focus groups, tested
educational materials targeting Mexican Americans and Puerto Ricans
living with diabetes. The "Health Promotion Council" of
Southwestern Pennsylvania, Inc developed this material.
There are many State-Based
Diabetes Control Programs, click onto this government site to learn more
about the "National Hispanic/Latino Diabetes Initiative for
Women's Services |